The building itself is worthy of note, a large and imposing late Victorian red sandstone contruction, it is one of Glasgow's landmark buildings. It is also famous for the myth that it was built back-to-front and the architect jumped to his death from one of it's towers.
- See more at: http://www.glasgowwestend.co.uk/out/galleries/kelvingrove.html#sthash.4dQF5Cu8.d
If you're interested in the Jack Vettriano exhibition, make sure that you visit the Kelvingrove by February 23, and if you have plans on visiting Glasgow at some point this year you should definitely plan to spend a few hrs at the Kelvingrove - it's well worth a visit and it's a fun FREE day out (and no - I'm not sponsored by Visit Scotland...). After just a few days it was time to pack the suitcase again, convince Him Indoors to carry all my heavy stuff and that duty free shopping is very important for me to calm my pre-flight nerves and then off we were to get on another plane. Luckily the flight back down south is only 1 hr and it wasn't too bad actually, and I even managed to take some more photos on the way.